Trend Micro @ Infosecurity Europe: Three Must-See Presentations

by Frank Schwittay

The stage is all set for another packed-out three days when Infosecurity Europe throws open the doors to London Olympia on 7 June. The organisers are expecting over 12,000 visitors and in excess of 300 exhibitors – Trend Micro included on Stand D25. But while the show floor offers a great chance for information security professionals and other industry stakeholders to engage with the vendor community and network with each other, let’s not forget the Conference Programme.

If anything, the speaker line-up will be even bigger and better than last year. So be sure to catch Trend Micro experts – Global CTO Raimund Genes, VP Research Rik Ferguson and Senior Anti-Malware Engineer, David Sancho – as they take part.

They’ll be participating in three presentations:

  • Raimund Genes will bring his considerable expertise to bear in a panel discussion on vulnerability remediation. With over 6,000 new unique vulnerabilities set to be disclosed this year, this has become a major challenge for IT security managers. So be sure to catch this debate and take home some essential best practice tips from the experts to help improve remediation and reduce risk.
  • David Sancho will be sharing his team’s research into ATM malware. It’s a growing area of interest to cybercriminals, so if you work in the financial services industry don’t miss this must-see talk. It’ll help you better understand the internal architecture of the ATM, what kind of malware is being targeted at these units and how you can better protect your organisation against attack.
  • Finally, Rik Ferguson will share his wisdom on how organisations can better co-operate with law enforcement. Cybercrime is still massively under-reported to the UK authorities, which means in many cases the bad guys get off scot free. This panel discussion will tell you exactly when and how to engage with the police, as well as outlining key steps for both sides to take to improve collaboration.

We are extremely excited to be bringing our considerable industry expertise to Infosecurity Europe this year. We’ve been protecting our customers for over 26 years now, so you can be sure we’ll have plenty to say.

And remember, we’re also available on Stand D25 if you want to drop by for a chat. Or email us to schedule a private meeting with one of the team.

See you there!

State of Vulnerabilities, Exploits and the Best Practices for Prioritising Remediation
WEDNESDAY 08 Jun 2016, 11:45 – 12:45 [Information Security Exchange]

How Cybercriminals Breached the ATM and Why You Should Care
WEDNESDAY 8 June, 16:00 – 16:25 [Tech Talks Theatre]

Fostering Better Engagement Between Business & Law Enforcement to Effectively Respond to Cybercrime”
THURSDAY 9 June, 10:50 – 11:40 [Keynote Stage]

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